Pine Cones Complexity

Pine Cones Complexity

  Have you considered the complexity of the pine cone? Conifers trees produce pine cones. They produce two types of cones on the same tree: the pollen cone and the seed cone. The pollen cones are usually small and inconspicuous, and once they have shed their pollen,...
Creation Cosmology

Creation Cosmology

Did you know the exact structure of creation is one the greatest mysteries of science? Just think, what keeps electrons moving? What is light? What is space? What is a charged particle? Why is there so much energy contained within empty space at absolute zero or zero...
The Magnificent Moon

The Magnificent Moon

  Have you ever considered the many functions of our moon?   Here are a few important roles of the moon. First, the moon provides a night light. In northern countries, the full moon closest to September 22 is called the harvest moon. This occurs when many crops are...
Mt. St. Helens Modern Day Lab

Mt. St. Helens Modern Day Lab

  Did you know that the 1980 Mt. St Helens eruption revealed many clues about the catastrophic event of Noah’s flood? The volcanic eruption of Mt. St. Helens in 1980 devastated 230 square miles of area and killed most of the animals and vegetation. Much of the land...
Extravagant Earth

Extravagant Earth

  Is there any other planet more suited for life than Earth? The Earth is perfectly designed for living things. The Earth is the perfect distance from the sun and is full of water. If we were too close to the sun, the oceans would dry up, the atmosphere would be...
Can a Scientist be a Christian?

Can a Scientist be a Christian?

How have Christians contributed to scientific discovery?   Michael Faraday (1791-1867) is second only to Isaac Newton as the greatest physicist who ever walked the Earth. Faraday was credited with the invention of electromagnetic induction, the electric motor, the...

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